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Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps

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5/12/2015DVIDS: Spouses recognized, honored for overcoming challenges
4/21/2015DVIDS: Marines, sailors participate in UFC Clinic and Fight Night
4/20/2015DVIDS: Commandant, Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, visit Integrated Task Force
4/3/2015Commandant and Sergeant Major of Marine Corps speak with Okinawa-based personnel
3/27/2015DVIDS: III MEF is the rebalance to the Pacific
3/25/2015Marine Corps Times: Marine leaders to review controversial tattoo policy
3/24/2015DVIDS: Commandant and Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps visits MCAS Iwakuni
3/24/2015DVIDS: AFN Iwakuni Interviews the Commandant and Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps
3/20/2015Top Devil Dogs visit MCB Hawaii
3/10/2015MC Times: All Marine barracks will get Wi-Fi service by December
3/4/2015DVIDS: Green is new top enlisted Marine: Former Henderson Hall sergeant major takes Corps’ top-enlisted post
2/27/20155 Things You (Probably) Didn't Know About Our New SMMC
2/25/2015Military Times: Top enlisted personnel: Protect family programs
2/25/2015Marine Corps Times: Defense cuts spark worries about troops' careers, pay
2/25/2015Marine Corps Times: Green: Budget cuts threaten mental health, family resources
2/23/2015Shreveport Times: Former local Marine tapped for top post
2/21/2015Post of Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps changes hands
2/20/2015Marine Corps Times: Green becomes Corps' new sergeant major as Barrett retires
2/19/2015Marine Corps Times: Green to become Marine Corps' new sergeant major Friday
2/18/2015Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Relief and Appointment
2/4/2015Marine Corps Times: Kasal replaces Green as I MEF's top enlisted leader
1/30/2015Marine Corps Times: The next SMMC: Sgt. Maj. Ronald Green's rise to the top
1/22/2015Stars and Stripes: New top enlisted leader: 'Mission first, and Marines always'
1/21/2015Washington Post: The new top enlisted Marine gave up a college band scholarship to join the military
1/20/2015Next Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Announced
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A Century of Honor and Gratitude: 143d ESC participates in 19th Annual Orlando Veterans Day Parade
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A Century of Honor and Gratitude: 143d ESC participates in 19th Annual Orlando Veterans Day Parade
Lead: ORLANDO, Fla. - Red, white and blue flags and ribbons adorned downtown Orlando, Florida, where thousands of spectators showed their patriotism during the 19th Annual Veterans Day parade Nov. 10, 2018. The event marked the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, an historic milestone that helped forge the establishment of Veterans Day as a national holiday. Among the honored veterans were more than 50 Soldiers from the 143 Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) headquartered near the heart of the city beautiful. U.S. Army Staff Sgt. John Carkeet showcases the Soldiers’ pride, love and gratitude for those who served before them, those who serve with them, and those who support them on the homefront. Total Running Time: 02:59 Interviewees: 00:19: Maj. Sherry Crawford, Deputy Inspector General, Mission Support Element, 143d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) Hometown: Atlanta, Georgia 00:48: Col. Wanda Hawley, Commander, Mission Support Element, 143d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) 01:01 Spc. Vanessa Robinson, Human Resource Specialist, Mission Support Element, 143d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) 01:18 Master Sgt. Robert Cardines, Medical Operations NCO, Mission Support Element, 143d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) Hometown: Orlando, Florida 01:28 Chief Warrant Officer 3 Eric Grabill, Property Book Officer, 143d ESC Hometown: Altoona, Pennsylvania Director/Editor: Staff Sgt. John L. Carkeet IV, 143d ESC Camera Operator: Sgt. 1st Class Rauel Tirado, 204th PAD Date Recorded: Nov. 10, 2018 Location: Orlando, Florida Narration: Downtown Orlando reached a patriotic fever pitch as cheering crowds and popular music complemented colorful floats and fluttering flags during the city’s 19th Annual Veterans Day parade conducted Nov. 10, 2018. Among the dozens of school bands, first responder units, and veteran organizations marched more than 50 Soldiers from the 143d Expeditionary Sustainment Command, a U.S. Army Reserve logistics command compromising more than 10,000 Soldiers and headquartered near the heart of the City Beautiful . [Orlando] The unseasonably warm temperature matched the warm reception given to the Soldiers from participants and attendees alike. The parade gained greater significance as the festivities marked the centennial anniversary of Armistice Day, the date that marked end of the First World War laid the inspirational foundation for America to create a national holiday dedicated to veterans from every war. Although high praise rightfully belonged to the men and women in uniform, many Soldiers marching that day expressed their pride and gratitude to their friends and loved ones on the homefront.